Well, the holidays are upon us. And, in addition to turkey and dressing and all of the accompanying elements of the feast, you will begin to see a number of “Holiday Giveaways" being promoted online.
In case you're new to internet marketing, here's what they consist of.
A number of merchants get together and form a pool of products to be donated to the Giveaway. These products range from eBooks to software apps to free memberships to membership sites.
Then the promotion is advertised on the internet. To take advantage of the promotion and claim your FREE gifts, you register at the site and then browse the gifts collection, looking for products that might be of interest to you. After finding one, you click over to that specific website and register for the particular gift there.
The merchants that have pooled their gifts receive your email address and name to add to their opt-in list; you receive some quality gifts.
One of the oldest Holiday Giveaways is the “21 Days of Christmas" by Mark Hendricks. Mark is getting ready to start his fourth edition of the Giveaway with the 2006 promotion. While there are more & more of these promotions being done today, the “21 Days of Christmas" is one of the originals and one of the best. I know I've gotten some really nice FREE gifts from this promotion in the past three years.
Really, it’s a “win-win” situation for everyone. Merchants increase the size of their opt-in lists, members can grab some really nice little freebies.
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